VSHAPER 5-Axis Machine as One of the Subjects of TECHNOVATION ForumAgnieszka
On 6th -7th March, 2019, the next edition of the TECHNOVATION Forum will take place in Wroclaw. The event known as the forum for technical directors, production and development managers brings together representatives of leading companies and development centers from all over Poland, with access to the most modern techniques and methods of design and production. Appearing among the speakers, industry leaders and representatives of innovative companies with vision and ideas will be Sylwester Blajer – ERP/PDM SOLIDWORKS Product Manager in his presentation on VSHAPER 5-Axis Machine.
TECHNOVATION Forum is an excellent opportunity for networking, it aims at building a network of knowledge between representatives of companies, entering into new business relationships and sharing knowledge. The organizers believe that most interesting and bold ideas come to mind during loose conversations, hence the idea to gather specialists, practitioners and enthusiasts of new technologies in one place.
Many outstanding speakers will attend the conference. The keynote speech will be given by David Knott, who will share his thoughts on over 30 years of working experience in the production of aircraft engines in Rolls-Royce, where, among others, he worked as Senior Manager Research & Technology in global Design Systems Engineering. Representing CADWorks, VSHAPER 3D Printers as well as SOLIDWORKS Distributor, will be Sylwester Blajer – ERP / PDM SOLIDWORKS Product Manager in his lecture, on the first day of the event, on Interdisciplinary design and project management in the creation of 5-axis VSHAPER 3D Printer.
VSHAPER has chosen to work on their projects in virtual environment with the support of SOLIDWORKS solutions which help constructors on every stage of 3D model preparation. This attitude helps to standardize the way the documentation is prepared. Moreover, the virtual model creates a base for all other processes connected with the production of 3D Printers – explains Sylwester Blajer.
To create VSHAPER 3D Printers VERASHAPE team uses multiple SOLIDWORKS modules: Simulation and Flow Simulation, Composer and PDM. The creation of VSHAPER 5-AXIS MACHINE is supported by SOLIDWORKS solutions at the stage of preparing the product presentation as well. SOLIDWORKS Visualize allows the user to prepare realistic graphics based on a 3D source model.
For more information on the event go to: https://www.technovationforum.pl/